Kilometer Zero (Paperback)
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Kilometer Zero (Paperback)

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Paperback 248 Pages / Published: 01/06/2021
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Publisher: Pipin's Book
ISBN: 9780995631441
Number of pages: 248
Dimensions: 215 x 165 mm

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“Kilomerer Zero”

The author of Kilometer Zero takes the reader on a unique journey through the ups and downs of professional cycling from a supporter and professional cyclist's family perspective. Laura does an amazing job of not... More

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“Insight into road cycling”

Fantastic insight into road cycling. Not only for die-hard fans, this is a great intro to the world of road cycling as well as a humorous and fun biopic of Primož Roglič. A beautifully presented and colourful book,... More

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“Honest and insightful, great read!”

Honest, interesting and clearly knowledgeable portrayal of what it takes to become a professional cyclist. Laura writes well and with humour about the highs and lows of Primož Roglič racing career from the closest... More

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